Super Smash Bros. Max
This page details the appearance of Marth solely in Super Smash Bros. Max. For information on this character as a whole, see Marth.


Marth is back. and this time around, he's a default character. Using his grace and finesse, Marth can slice and dice any character.

Changes from Brawl

  • Now a default character
  • Speaks English instead of Japanese (I just want to find out what he's saying).

Special Moves

  • Neutral Special Move:Shield Breaker
  • Side Special Move:Dancing Blade
  • Up Special Move:Dolphin Slash
  • Down Special Move:Counter
  • Final Smash:Critical Hit

Snake Codec Message

Mei Ling:"Snake, have you heard the saying 'Politics makes strange bedfellows'?"

Snake:"Don't tell me that's a Chinese Proverb."

Mei Ling:"Err, means that when the going gets tough, you might need unexpected partnerships in order to succeed. Marth was a prince who's kingdom was usurped. He didn't even have an army to fight with him. But as he battled his way forward, he found new allies to fight at his side, and in the end, he was able to reunite the war-torn land of Altea."

Snake:"So he built his army from the ranks of his defeated enemies..."

Mei Ling:"Marth did his share of fighting too. Even when he had an army, he was always alongside his men in the thick of battle. Then he was betrayed by one of his most trusted friends. I can't even imagine how that feels..."

Snake:"...I can"

Fighting against Marth

Marth is difficult unless you have an explosive projectile. With this you can attack from a distance and nullify his Counter. If you do not have an explosive projectile, fight at close range and use throws to defend against the Counter. Aerial attacks also work well to avoid Marth's throwing ability.


  • In Melee and Brawl, Marth speaks Japanese. This may be because the Fire Emblem games that Marth has been featured in haven't been released in English. However, those games have been confirmed for release in North America within the next year.

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